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The Victorian Government Solicitor’s Office is proud to be joined by guest speaker Peter Collins, Director of the Centre for Ethical Leadership. 
 
In this interactive presentation, Peter will look at the challenges lawyers, advisers and other key leaders in the VPS face in working with integrity. 
 
During the session, Peter will work through case studies involving advice to Ministers and Ministerial advisers, the process by which corruption occurs and also the importance of lawyers in the public sector in the case of whistleblowing.
 
This session will attract 1 CPD point, Ethics & Professional Responsibility.
 

About Peter Collins

Director, Centre for Ethical Leadership
Peter is the Director of the Centre for Ethical Leadership and is a Facilitator and Coach of the Vincent Fairfax Fellowship.
 
During Peter’s tenure, he has coached more than 140 Vincent Fairfax Fellows.
 
In addition to his work at the Cente for Ethical Leadership, Peter consults on ethics and leadership with:
 
  • CEOs and leadership teams of ASX100 companies.
  • Government departments in Victoria.
  • Defence and others in Canberra.
  • Key statutory agencies such as Victoria Police, Corrections Victoria and the family violence/child protection sector.
 
Peter’s leadership consulting projects include work around sexual predatory behaviour in Victoria Police’s response to VHREOC, in sport (cricket and rugby union) and advising boards and leadership teams on cultural issues.
 
He started his consulting career at McKinsey with a focus on organisational change and leadership and has also worked in Federal Parliament for two cabinet minsters.
 
Peter has been a contracted columnist with the Age, Sydney Morning Herald and Herald Sun plus with ABC Radio and Channel 9 on ethical and political issues.
 
He has a Masters degree from Oxford University focussing on leadership. He is currently undertaking a D. Phil at Oxford University.
Monday 12:30PM 19 Mar 18 2018
Seminar
12:30pm to 2:00pm
Number of attendees: 
180
File attachments: 
PDF icon Ethics - 19 March 2018.pdf